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I'm watching the newest Matrix movie and the guy pulls out what looks like a standard Glock with an extended mag. When he pulls the trigger, the thing goes full auto! Even in slow mo the thing is throwing a stream of cases!

Is this thing for real? I'm not up on the newest Glock innovations but that thing looked amazing!
 

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FA Glock

Glock sells the FA Glock 18; there are also various aftermarket tinkerers who have modified other Glock models to fire FA. I had some links a while back but don't know if I still have them.....
 

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Glock does make a full auto version but it is not imported into the US. It was made for the German Military and Police.
 

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Anyone actually fired a full-auto handgun like a Glock? It seems to me that such a thing would be particularly hard to hold on target. Sometimes even while doing double taps, that second shot might be higher than you really want it.

I believe it was a Beretta full auto that I recall seeing that had a sort of front handle that folded down so you could hold the thing with two hands and pull down the front end.

Probably a good way to generate a lot of brass for reloading, I suppose.
 

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I have not fired one (darn) but have seen two different films of one being fired. One film was made by a federal agency and shows the converted Glock being fired at full auto at a target. It was fired with both two hand and one hand holds and believe me there were enough holes in that target to make me realize it is more than accurate enough if some low life is pointing it at me. I will attempt to link you to a ]demo of it being fired. This is not the one fired by federal authorities, and therefor not the one showing the target. It is one in which my bet is the guy firing the pistol is firing it for the first time on full auto as he seems pretty surprised by how much it raises up when he fires the large mag.

The conversion kit is available, but I am guessing it may be rather illegal in most places. Here is an interesting link with some info on how to accomplish the conversion. Note the requirement of the correct BATF license.
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I have fired the Glock 18. Its pretty controllable, but dont expect to get more than two or three rounds on target if you are just going to yank and hold that trigger back.
 

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Apparently It Ain't All That Controllable

:uzi: Of the several people I know who own and shoot GLOCK Model 18's all of them have remarked that this gun is a, 'bear' to shoot straight. A lot of fun, and deadly at close range, perhaps; but, to quote one of them verbatim; 'Mostly good for producing large amounts of brass for reloading, quickly.' Naturally I, still, WANT ONE REAL BAD! Christmas, maybe? :santa:
 
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